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Oklahoma Horizon TV Show 1709
This week on “Oklahoma Horizon,” the life of George Washington and the lessons we can learn from America’s first president.
George Washington: A Great and a Good Man
Without hesitation, George Washington served his country in many roles, earning him an important place in our nation’s history.
George Washington: Commander-in-Chief
George Washington was known for his bravery as he fought alongside his soldiers in the heart of the battle, gaining their respect and admiration.
George Washington: Founding Father
George Washington, through the Constitutional Convention, created a central government in which the United States was born.
George Washington: The Presidency
George Washington did not want to be president and did not campaign for it, but was unanimously elected the first president of the United States.
Clark Musser Discusses George Washington
Value Added: George Washington’s greatness is established by the fact that he played three seminal roles in our nation’s founding.
Randy Norfleet - My Lucky Day
Value Added: Marine Capt. Randy Norfleet and wife Jamie share their experiences during the Oklahoma City bombing 20 years ago.
Oklahoma Horizon TV Show 1717
This week on “Oklahoma Horizon,” we examine how those who serve in the military transition back into civilian life.
American Soldier
The military trains relentlessly to take raw young men and women and craft them into focused, driven soldiers.
Soldiers: After the Boots
Soldiers adapt to and overcome many obstacles, but none is more daunting than the civilian world awaiting them at the end of their tours of duty.
Soldier for Life
The Soldier For Life program helps military men and women transition back into civilian life.
Help Wanted: Hire Vets
Employers need employees who show up on time, work effectively and efficiently and get along with others – all qualities of military veterans.
Life-changing Tour of Duty
Noah Galloway makes no excuses for life-changing injuries sustained while serving his country, but shares his story to motivate and inspire others.
Oklahoma Horizon TV Show 1721
This week on “Oklahoma Horizon,” we travel the state and see how some Oklahomans are changing lives with a helping hand.
Remembrance: A Marine’s Love Story
Marine warrior Charles Migliorino’s audio love letters to his wife brought great joy to a fallen Marine’s family.
Oklahoma Horizon TV Show 1445
This week on Oklahoma Horizon, our focus is on what has become the longest war in U.S. history.
Transition from Soldier to Student
Military veterans head back to school in hopes of gaining the skills for their final fight – getting jobs.
Veteran Turns Chef
The culinary arts program at Francis Tuttle Technology Center helps prepare veterans for life after military service.
The Hornet’s Nest
“The Hornet’s Nest” exemplifies the heroism and courage of our military personnel who face endless gun battles, roadside bombings and sniper fire.
Mike Boettcher - Reporting Under Fire
War correspondent Mike Boettcher lives in and works from some of the most dangerous spots in the world.
Returning to Civilian Life
The Oklahoma Military Connection helps returning veterans find new careers back at home.
Dan Rooney - Folds of Honor
Folds of Honor has reached out and lifted up thousands of family members affected by the loss or injury of soldiers they love.
Sharing Sacrifices
Mike Boettcher strongly disagrees with the old journalism saying, “No story is worth dying for.”
Walter Scheffe - Hiroshima Vet
Value Added: A longtime civic leader and friendly pharmacist from Enid, Walter Scheffe piloted the Yokohama Yo-Yo, whose crew photographed the first atomic ...
A Marine's Love Story
When forgotten audiotapes to his wife resurface and bring back faded memories, Marine warrior Charles Migliorino fulfills one final mission after his return ...
Jack Givens - World War II Memories
Jack M. Givens, 2012 recipient of the Governor’s Outstanding Achievement Award in Agriculture, shares memories from World War II.
Military Spending
Payroll is 20 percent of the Pentagon’s budget, so military spending cuts are likely to mean cuts in personnel, which in turn means more veterans returning to ...
Hire Our Vets
National efforts have been put into place to help military veterans re-enter the workforce when they return home.
Oklahoma Horizon TV Show 1345
This week on Oklahoma Horizon, we look at some small aircraft that are making a big impact in the world of aerospace.
Do UAVs Violate Privacy?
There is a growing fear that surveillance drones, also called UAVs, will be used to invade people’s privacy.